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Another Asian country has abolished mandatory PCR testing for travelers

29.04.2022 106 просмотров

In Kyrgyzstan, from 1 May, the requirements for presence of a PCR test when entering the republic will be cancelled.


The authorities of Kyrgyzstan have decided to cancel from May 1 the requirement to mandatory presence of a negative test or certificate of vaccination when entering the territory of the republic. This decision was made on Thursday by the republican operational headquarters for combating the spread of coronavirus, the press service of the government reported.


“Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers Edil Baisalov held a regular meeting of the operational headquarters to combat the spread of coronavirus infection and eliminate its consequences. Based on the results of the meeting, the Ministry of Health, together with concerned state bodies, was instructed to cancel from May 1, 2022 the mandatory requirement for the presence of a negative PCR test or a certificate of vaccination against coronavirus infection for citizens of the Kyrgyz Republic and foreign citizens crossing checkpoints on  ;the entire length of the state border of the republic and on all types of transport,  - the message says.


According to the press service, reports on the epidemiological situation in the republic and the progress of vaccination of the population were also heard during the meeting. According to the results of the meeting, the presidential envoys in the regions were instructed, together with the Ministry of Health, to intensify vaccination "with an emphasis on vulnerable population groups."


For almost two months, a decrease in the number of new cases of coronavirus infection has been observed in Kyrgyzstan. According to the Ministry of Health, there are currently no patients with coronavirus on inpatient treatment, and only a dozen patients are on outpatient treatment.


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